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Website styling issues when wrapping website elements in form tag.

Last Modified: 2020-02-04

I purchased a Dashboard design but I am having a few issues with it;
I require to wrap the html elements in a form tag; but styling gets screwed up like below:
wrapping all html elements in a form tag.Without wrapping the tml elements in a form tag it works like below:
without wrapping all html elements in a form tag.
For my purposes of using the template I need the elements wrapped in a form tag like in "wrapped_form_index.html", but I am unable to fix the issues or determine why the template stops working when being wrapped in a form tag.
Template site files are attached here: Template-Problem.zip
(files that applies to the website are located in /Scripts and /Styles)
- another minor issue is that the menu icons disappear in a position between full size and the mobile menu boundaries, if you have any idea where the css does this change please point it out as I would like to keep menu icons and not have three menu styling states.
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